great odin's eye

anonymous asked:

Why does Mads have a damaged eye in so many movies lmao

I mean, I can only think of three off the top of my head, and for someone with 48 IMDb acting credits that’s not actually that many all things considered. :P But I suppose there’s also the Death Stranding eye goo… and his character in Adam’s Apples does get shot in the eye… 

Okay so five. Five instances of weird eye things going on. That probably is more than usual. Which leads me to conclude that Mads is clearly Odin in the flesh and the universe is really desperate for us to catch on.

Lead Me Not to Temptation

TITLE: Lead Me Not to Temptation

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Seven

AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: 

Imagine being chosen to be Loki’s wife, and while at first you loath the idea, you came around and actually fall in love with Loki, and he falls in love with you. But the day before the wedding, Odin changes the arrangement and suddenly you’re being whisked away to marry Thor instead. You and Loki manage to have a secret affair and things are perfect, until you fall pregnant.

RATING: Mature 

‘Time heals all wounds’ Kari had heard that expression before. She wished to find the being that had said it and ring their neck. It does not get easier she maintained, it only makes you learn to tolerate them.

She and Thor got into a routine; they ate their meals together everyday, and every other day their evenings would consist of them playing chess together and talking. At public events, they always remained close to one another and smiled.

They became close as time continued to pass, learning how to read each others moods and how to rectify when the other was in foul humour. Thor took great pleasure in gifting Kari with trinkets and other tokens for no reason, and would beam brightly as she smiled in thanks every time. He noticed very quickly however that anything to do with art did not get used, her passion for the pastime destroyed since Loki had left.

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